Roman Rule in Asia Minor by David Magie (Princeton, 1950), volume 1 of 2, in 740 bookmarked and searchable pdf pages. This is a major resource for the study of Asia Minor from about the 2nd century B.C. to the end of the 3rd century A.D. Contents of volume 1: 1. The Bequest of Attalus; 2. The Land and Its Riches; 3. The Greek States of the Western Coast; 4. The Greek States During the Third and Second Centuries; 5. The Subject Communities of the Interior; 6. Revolt and Annexation; 7. The Consequences of Annexation; 8. The Rise of the Power of Pontus; 9. The Coming of Mithradates; 10. Reconstruction and Exploitation; 11. The Lands of the South; 12. The Winning of the South; 13. The Bequest of Nicomedes; 14. The Return of Mithradates; 15. Pompey the Organizer; 16. From Pompey to Caesar; 17. The End of the Old Regime; 18. Through Monarchy to Principate; 19. The Galatian Province; 20. The First Princeps; 21. The Heir of Augustus; 22. Lycia: Federation and Province; 23. The Claudian Emperors: Bureaucracy and War; 24. Centralization and Prosperity under the Flavians; 25. Trajan, Administrator and Conqueror; 26. Peace and Unification under Hadrian; 27. The Antonines and the Cities; 28. From Gold to Iron; 29. Decay and Chaos. Attached to the document are a group of beautiful color maps of Asia Minor and some neighboring areas from Heinrich Kiepert's Atlas Antiquus (Berlin, 1869). Scanned by Robert Bedrosian.